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Daniel Radcliffe and Bobby Cannavale to Star in Broadway’s
Lifespan of a Fact
Performances begin at Studio 54 on September 20.
Puts Its Politics Front and Center
Writer-director Sally Potter returns with a brief and darkly amusing specimen of the dinner-party-from-hell subgenre.
Cherry Jones to Play Offred’s Mom in
She was Elisabeth Moss’s “fantasy” choice for the role.
Helen Mirren, the Fairy Godmother of Broadway Parties
“Broadway dish night.”
The Glass Menagerie
Repression times two.
Theater Review: A Friendly Clash of Charms in
Mrs. Warren’s Profession
“A more voluptuous Cherry Jones than we’re accustomed to.”
Cherry Jones Pulls Herself Out of Emmy Race
After winning last year, the actress bows out.
Even Tommy Lee Affected by Recession
Plus: How does Nick Jonas celebrate Valentine’s Day?
‘24’ Star Cherry Jones on Playing the President and What She Thinks of Meryl Streep in ‘Doubt’
’She’s not Hillary… She’s a combination of Eleanor Roosevelt, Golda Meier and John Wayne.’
New ‘24’ President Cherry Jones Almost Spoils Upcoming Season
On the phone last night, New York stage darling Cherry Jones almost spilled a few good beans on
’s seventh season (premiering January 13), in which she plays President Allison Taylor.